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Amazing NCSS Conference Opportunity

Virtual/Weekend flexible Times


The 2021 OCSS Conference was held October 16th at Capital University

Highlights include: 

  • Speakers: Adrian Williams, Duane Moore, Representative Catherine Ingram and Dr. Christina Collins.
  • High level breakouts 
  • Leader of the Year:  Dr. Nancy Patterson (BGSU)



 

The Ohio Legislature has two bills that threaten the very goals of social studies education in Ohio.  OCSS is committed to opposing these bills in a non-biased and professional approach in order to protect and defend the teaching and learning of outstanding social studies. 


    OCSS MISSION STATEMENT

    The Ohio Council for the Social Studies serves as the premier voice for social studies professionals in Ohio. We advocate for the vital role of social studies teaching and learning in all classrooms and communities to best prepare learners to undertake this nation’s highest office, that of office of citizen in a democracy. We assist educators statewide through professional development for the delivery of effective and innovative instruction. Our conference, regional institutes, and numerous publications provide a network of services to members throughout the state.








    66TH ANNUAL OCSS CONFERENCE

    OCTOBER 2022 

       To Be Announced  



    2022 Conference Details:

    Sessions and panel discussions by leading researchers, practitioners, and policy makers,

    • Networking opportunities with state and national leaders
    • And , powerful interactions and demonstrations with exhibitors and vendors.e 
    Largest Assembly of History/Social Studies Teachers in the State


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